The most interesting neighborhoods are concentrated in Manhattan. These are :

Tribeca: it is a district of galleries and markets, very popular also for its nightlife and the nightclubs which one finds there.

Greenwich Village: this is the most intellectual and artistic neighborhood in New York. There are readings in the bars and jazz sessions. It is also a university district par excellence and has a young and fresh spirit.

Litlle Italy is Italy reduced in size and in the middle of the most fantastic city in the world. It’s one of the best neighborhoods because it’s home to some of the most famous restaurants and cafes in New York.

NoLita: This is a brand new neighborhood whose name means “Northern Italy”. There are many stores, galleries and thrift stores where you are sure to find old treasures.

Chelsea: here you will find one of the most important fashion markets in the city, as well as the best theaters and the most popular nightclubs.

SoHo: This is one of the trendiest neighborhoods in New York. This is due in part to the artistic atmosphere that can be felt in its streets, cafes and galleries. It’s also one of the busiest neighborhoods at night, where you’ll always find something to do.

Chinatown: Chinatowns are always interesting, but New York’s is the biggest. You will find all kinds of Asian products. A visit is a must for all tourists.

Flatiron District: This is one of the most visited neighborhoods by tourists because of the relevance of some of its buildings, such as the Empire State Building. It is also an interesting shopping district.

Midtown: cut in the middle by Fifth Avenue, this is a neighborhood not to be missed for its shopping, entertainment and tourist attractions.

Upper West Side: a very pleasant neighborhood, chosen by many young families and executives. Some of the most important museums are located in this neighborhood, such as the Lincoln Center.


What for many is just another of the countless old buildings that grace the streets of Manhattan, for others is a cultural legacy in the form of an architectural monument that cannot be calculated.One of the areas that went from being a meeting place for bohemian artists and street musicians

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Tribeca (or TriBeCa) is a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City. Its name is an acronym based on the words “Triangle Below Canal Street”, and is bounded by Canal Street, West Street, Broadway, and Chambers Street. History The area was one of the first residential neighborhoods to develop in

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Greenwich Village

Densely populated neighborhood located on the west side of Lower Manhattan in New York City, is often referred to simply as “the Village”. The vast majority of the area is made up of upper and middle class families. Greenwich Village is generally known as an important landmark on the map

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South Street Seaport

New Yorkers, not just tourists, easily come to spend a day here. They like to stroll through the streets and browse the many shops, visit the Museum, and admire the magnificent boats on Pier 16. Some of them can be visited, and many allow you to take a short trip

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High Line

Among the dozens of parks in New York City, The High Line stands out for its suspended architecture in the streets of Manhattan’s West Side and for all the urban interventions that take place around it. Created from an old disused railroad line, with rails 10 meters high, the park

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